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Join us at the #ITBdigital: Sustainable Tourism as an Opportunity for Destinations on March 5 at 2pm CET

What does sustainable innovation mean to the tourism business? How can the tourism industry and their supporting businesses make their existing and new products more sustainable as well as attractive to the mass market? Can tourism become a force for doing good? The SUS-ISLAND project tackled these questions in their project. Join us at #ITBdigital to learn from our Project Team about the opportunities of sustainable tourism for businesses, communities, the ecosystem and tourists.

Mauritius has committed to acquiring the ‘Green Destination Status’ by 2030, and the government has put a Tourism Development Plan in place to support this goal. The CSCP and the Mauritius Tourism Authority (MTA) have jointly developed SUS-ISLAND, a project funded by the European Commission under the Switch Africa Green Programme. The project concentrates in the promotion of sustainable tourism in Mauritius by demonstrating and scaling up self-sustaining mechanisms for improving sustainability impacts along value chains.

Please contact Kartika Anggraeni for further questions.